For Friday's episode of The Sports Scouting Report Podcast With Lee Brecheen, Lee catches up with former Archbishop Shaw and LSU quarterback Mickey Guidry. At LSU, Guidry was the backup quarterback to the program's all-time leading passer Tommy Hodson. Still, Guidry was one of the best relief quarterbacks in LSU history coming off the bench and capitalizing on every opportunity to give defenses a different look. Despite being a backup throughout his LSU career from 1985-1988, Guidry still went on to play professionally with the New Orleans Night of the Arena Football League as well as the San Antonio Riders and the Sacramento Surge of the World League of American Football. In today's interview, Guidry gives his perspective on the incredible quarterback competition at LSU between Myles Brennan, Max Johnson, TJ Finley, and Garrett Nussmeier. The former LSU signal caller also reflects on his playing days, talks about his high school alma mater in Archbishop Shaw, his son Rhett Guidry who plays tight end for the UL' Ragin Cajuns, and finally, talks about what has made the Ragin' Cajuns so successful under head coach Billy Napier.